A collection of visually stimulating and informative infographics about the chemistry of smells, which would make a valuable addition to any science classroom.
The aroma of frying bacon infographicHandout | PDF, Size 0.29 mb
The aroma of fresh-cut grass infographicHandout | PDF, Size 0.56 mb
The aroma of rain infographicHandout | PDF, Size 1.03 mb
The aroma of books infographicsHandout | PDF, Size 0.2 mb
The aroma of new cars infographicHandout | PDF, Size 0.38 mb
The aroma of the sea infographicHandout | PDF, Size 0.24 mb
The chemistry of the smell of decomposition infographicHandout | PDF, Size 0.63 mb
Seven attractive infographics that cover various topics to do with the chemistry of smell. The infographics cover various topics such as why bacon and fresh-cut grass smell as good as they do; what compounds, organisms and environmental factors cause the sea to smell; and why new and old books smell different.
This resource has been developed by Andy Brunning for Compound Interest. If you would like to purchase poster versions of the infographics then please click here.
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